Canadian History Dictionary Du Parc Jean Godet Sieur
(Samuel de Champlain era) Comes to Canada, 47; left in charge
(General Brock era) British ship taken by the Constitution, 284...
Rockingham Charles Watson-wentworth Marquis Of 1730-1782 Born In
Yorkshire, England. Educated at Westminster School and St. John...
(Lord Dorchester era) History of, 4; fomented by French traders...
Prince Of Wales Island
On the north-west coast of North America.
Amherst Jeffrey Baron 1717-1797 Sent To America 1758 And In
co-operation with Admiral Boscawen, captured Louisbourg that ye...
La Place Jacques De
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit missionary at Miscou, 234.
Amerique Septentrionale Par N Sanson D'abbeville Geog Du Roy A
Paris, chez l'auteur et chez Pierre Mariette, rue S. Jacques a
Scott Sir Richard William 1825- Born In Prescott Ontario
Educated privately, and studied law; in 1848 called to the bar ...
Hermitage At Caen L Laval Passes Three Years At 25
North end of Vancouver Island. See Fort McLoughlin.
Fort Walla Walla
Hudson's Bay Company post, on Columbia River.
Young John 1811-1878 Born At Ayr Scotland Came To Canada 1826
In 1837 raised a regiment of volunteers and served during the R...
Born in Scotland. Came to America and settled among the
A tribe of the widespread Algonquian family,
occupying the upp...
Moss Thomas 1836-1881 Born In Cobourg Ontario Educated At Gale's
Institute, Upper Canada College, Toronto, and at the University...
Perrault Father Julien
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit, carries on mission at Cape
Maisonneuve Paul De Chomedy Sieur De
In this "devout and valiant
gentleman," as Parkman says, lived...
Dalling's Light Infantry
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) In battle of Ste. Foy, 257, 259.
(Count Frontenac era) Captured at Fort Loyal, exchanged for one...
Dalhousie George Ramsay Ninth Earl Of 1770-1838 A Scottish Peer
Entered the army at an early age and saw service in various parts of the
world. From 1812 to 1814 commanded the 7th division of the British army
in France and Spain. Received the thanks of Parliament for his services
at Waterloo. Raised to the peerage of the United Kingdom as Baron
Ramsay. Appointed lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia in 1816. In 1819
appointed governor-general and commander-in-chief of British North
America. Served in this capacity for nine years. From 1829 to 1832
commander-in-chief in the East Indies. =Index=: (Louis Joseph Papineau era) Influence did not
extend beyond Quebec, 1; his arrival as governor, 1820, 33; conflict
with Papineau, 34, 61; his harsh policy towards French-Canadians, 39;
his character, 41; founds Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 41;
erects monument to Wolfe and Montcalm, 41; sides with Council against
Assembly, 42; promises remedy for abuses, 43; interview with Papineau,
58; refuses to confirm election of Papineau as Speaker and dissolves
Parliament, 61; his speech to Assembly, 61-62; recalled, 64, 70. (Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era)
Governor-general, 1820, 19; a "disciplinarian devoid of diplomacy," 19;
leaves Canada, 20. =Bib.=: Kingsford, History of Canada; Rattray, The
Scot in British North America; Dict. Eng. Hist.; Campbell, History
of Nova Scotia.
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